From the current winter storm warning:
...HEAVY SNOW AND EXTREMELY HAZARDOUS TRAVEL CONTINUES THIS EVENING...
AT 645 PM...HEAVY SNOW WAS FALLING ACROSS MUCH OF VERMONT...NORTH
OF A RUTLAND TO SPRINGFIELD LINE. SNOWFALL RATES OF 1 TO 2 INCHES
PER HOUR IN THIS AREA OF HEAVY SNOW WILL MAKE TRAVEL NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE.
THE BACK EDGE OF THIS HEAVY SNOWFALL WILL SLOWLY ERODE FROM
SOUTHWEST...THE SOUTHERN CHAMPLAIN VALLEY...TO NORTHEAST...THE
NORTHEAST KINGDOM THROUGH MIDNIGHT.
AGAIN...TRAVEL WILL BE EXTREMELY HAZARDOUS IF NOT NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE.
PLEASE AVOID ANY UNNECESSARY TRAVEL. IF YOU MUST TRAVEL...KEEP AN
EXTRA FLASHLIGHT... FOOD...AND WATER IN YOUR VEHICLE IN CASE OF AN
It really wasn't that bad driving home from the mountain, but it's snowing like crazy right now. My wife has been clearing the driveway while I cook dinner and catch up on some work (OK, right now I'm wasting time), and the snow is just pounding down right now.
Today was another amazing ski day - the end of the best weekend in a couple years.
I was going to lift tomorrow morning, but we will need to snowblow the driveway again, so I'll do that tomorrow morning. The kids just had a week off school and it looks like the holiday will be extended through tomorrow by this storm. I'll get to the gym tomorrow night. I hope.